In the past, several of you have mentioned that adding backup and recovery
features to Postgres (specifically, point in time recovery), was important
to you and/or your company. For one reason or another, it keeps getting
shoved off the list of features for the next release.
I'd like to organize a group of postgres users to hurry along this process
by throwing some money at the problem. My company is willing to pony up
some of the cost. I'd like very much to share the cost of making this
happen with others. I've gotten a quote from Red Hat for the work, and it
was insane/excessive, so that is out of the question.
To the group, then, would any of you out there be willing to participate in
such a venture, either on the financial support or coding side?
I believe Postgres is an excellent database, but without this feature, some
companies will look elsewhere for a database management systems. The more
people that use Postgres, the better for all of us, and this is a critical
Please email me if you are interested in such a venture or have any comments.
Chief Information Officer
Eldorado Computing, Inc.
602-604-3100 ext 242
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